Remember, there is no Home Learning next week (15-19 February 2021) because it's half-term holiday. But, if you would like to keep busy, there are plenty of activities on the weekend blog (click here). We shall see you be back here on Monday, 22 February 2021 for more fun learning.
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Let’s take a look at today’s timetable:
Watch this video to see how to multiply and divide by 6.
- Read Two Stories (page 2).
- Which version of the story flows best? What is helping it to flow? (Adverbials and conjunctions)
- Use the two Revision Cards (page 3) to remind yourself about conjunctions and fronted adverbials.
- Look at Hunt for Conjunctions and Fronted Adverbials (page 4) and read Version 2. Underline the conjunctions and highlight the fronted adverbials that you can find. Then, check your work at the end of the lesson.
- Use the story that you learnt to tell yesterday.
- Practise telling it out loud, using your Story-Board.
- Now produce a written version of the story. Remember to leave two lines for each new paragraph.
- Rehearse your sentences out loud as you write, and decide whether you can use conjunctions or fronted adverbials to help your writing to flow.
- Make a set of illustrations to accompany your written story.
- Find out more about some of the countries that these stories come from: Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania.
Remember to also spend 30 minutes reading books and answering questions on Active Learn Primary. If you don't have access to a computer, remember, reading a magazine or newspaper counts too!
- I think the word trust means…
- In my opinion, the word trust means…
Many of us might go online to search for content to help us with homework, find out about our favourite TV show/ film or musician. We all have our own set of trusted websites which we choose to visit again and again. But…
Can we trust everything we see online? Why or why not?
- I think we can trust everything we see online because…
- In my opinion, I do not think we can trust everything we see online because…
Cut out and sort all the things you can see online into the following table based on whether you think they are trustworthy. How do you know for sure? Why?
- In my opinion, I think… because…
- I think we can… because…
Watch the video below and write 3 things you could do to check that the information you are reading online is reliable (trustworthy). Remember, you can press the pause button or re-watch the video as many times as you need.
It is important to always evaluate (think about) the content (information) you see online. And, if you are unsure about anything you have seen online or it worries or upsets you, always talk to a trusted adult(s) as soon as possible.
It’s time to unwind and relax. Let’s listen to today’s story, Ravi's Roar written and illustrated by Tom Percival.